COULD JAMES ARRIVAL LEAVE BAYERN A MULLER LIGHT? ANCELOTTI SAYS NO*
James Rodriguez has not moved to Bayern Munich to supplant Thomas Muller, demands Carlo Ancelotti.
James will appreciate a get-together with Ancelotti, who at first conveyed him to the Santiago Bernabeu from Monaco following his stellar presentations at the 2014 World Cup, where he brought home the Golden Boot.
"Obviously we didn't purchase James to supplant Thomas Muller," said the Italian in front of Wednesday's International Champions Cup meeting with Arsenal in Shanghai. "On the off chance that you think along these lines you can think he will supplant Thiago [Alcantara] in light of the fact that he can play in the middle. He can play on the privilege or the left thus he can supplant [Arjen] Robben or [Franck] Ribery."
"In some cases I put him as a midfielder so he can supplant [Corentin] Tolisso and [Arturo] Vidal. We didn't purchase James to supplant anybody. We purchased James to add to the group. He is a decent player. I think about his quality and his identity. I think he can help us. James knows whether he doesn't should play he doesn't play. He goes on the seat like a great deal of players do. We have a ton of rivalry and this is useful for the group. He has no certification to play. In the event that he should play he will play. If not, he will go on the seat."